Vol 13(3/4): May-July 2003


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The surveillance of movement: Biometric ID documents herald a global identification system

Spain/Argentina: Argentine torturer faces charges after extradition to Spain

UK: Surveillance of teenagers extended nationally

Spain/Italy: Dinghy deaths continue Spain: New reform of the Ley de extranjeria

EU: Migrants to be expelled in unmarked police cars

UK: Citizenship ceremonies

UK-US: New Extradition Treaty

Denmark: Fundamental legal principles under attack

Italy: “Subversive association” proceedings continue

EU: Convention a step backwards for European democracy

European Council: Operations “Artemis” & “Concordia”

UK: Police investigate British military atrocities in Kenya

UK: Iraq veteran attacked Asian man

Greece: Thessalonika policing condemned

UK: “Flying squad” corruption (under) exposed

UK: Liberty director joins IPCC

UK: First verdict of “suicide by cop”

UK: High court upholds “name and shame” ban

Germany: Undercover officers attacked

Germany: From Gothenberg to Genoa

Austria: Paramedics watch arrest death

Belgium: Far-right makes gains

UK: HMP Parkhurst viewed as “institutionally racist” by prisoners

UK: Prison Service in crisis


Special Branch: large increase in numbers and extended roles

The EU Constitution and Justice and Home Affairs

Viewpoint: Euskadi - AuB ban puts legal principles under attack

Viewpoint: “Nothing is true, nor is it a lie?” Europe’s indifference to dead migrants

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